Karuna 30A Festival @ The Hub on 30A
Karuna means "Loving Compassion" and South Walton is ready to send some Karuna to the victims of the earthquakes in Nepal on Sunday May 31, from 11am to 10pm at The Hub in Seagrove Beach.
Make plans to come out for Sunday Funday filled with great food, great music, and a great cause. You can even get in a great morning yoga practice!
100% of the donations proceeds of Karuna 30A Festival go directly to The American Himalayan Foundation. Learn more about the fund here: http://himalayan-foundation.org/nepalearthquake
108 Yogis for Napal is happening before the music begins...
9:00AM - 10:00AM | 108 Yogis for Nepal with Tammy Binkley & Shantaya of Light Shine Yoga - please donate what you can towards the benefit - $10 suggested.
The music starts after yoga and continues until 10:00PM! Here is the schedule of events:
9:00AM - 10:15AM - 108 Yogis for Nepal - Yoga & Kirtan with Tammy Binkley & Shantaya
10:30 AM - 12:30AM Lululemon Trunk Show
11:00-1:00PM - Hope Cassity
1:30-2:15PM - Joleen Jones
2:45-3:30PM - Chris Alvarado
4:00-4:45PM - Dismal Creek
5:15-6:00PM - Wildlife Specials
6:30-7:15PM - Duck Phat
7:45-8:30PM - The Wide Open
9:00-10:00PM - The Owsley Brothers
While waiting for the music to start between sets be sure to grab some tasty treats, browse our vendors, or get a chair massage for a donation!
$10 cash donation at the door for a wristband.
A message from event organizers:
The situation in Nepal is worsening every hour. The local and government agencies are simply not equipped to adequately respond to a disaster of this magnitude. Many workers are at home with their scared families and are not working. Relief supplies have hit a standstill due to the regions tiny airport being overrun. People are still sleeping in the streets because the aftershocks are so intense. The people they are able to pull from the rubble are severely injured and doctors and medicine are extremely scarce. The death toll rose to over 8,500 with countless injured - both numbers are expected to rise dramatically.
This event we are throwing won't fix much, but just for them to know that a small coastal town on the other side of the world cares enough to go out of their way, raise any amount of money and awareness just to help people they have never met, if we can help one child get food, one family to get shelter or rebuild one business - then we did good.
Nepal is a special place, and they are about to get some love, 30a style!